[Sunderland Echo] - MIDDLESBROUGH provides the lads with a good opportunity to get into the next round of the FA Cup. Putting aside the local rivalry, Boro fans will consider it a bigger game than we do. Their form this year has been woeful and after losing to a team at
[BoxRec News] - Again the British title was vacant and Napa was pitted against the fast-progressing Stuart Hall. In a strange outcome, Napa looked to be boxing beautifully against the bigger, stronger man. After a good eighth round, Napa pulled out of the contest
[Garstang Today] - The New Year Cup is promising to offer up a 'supermatch' between two of the great British names in this sport – Stuart Hall and Steve Kerlew – so The Crofters is expecting more spectators than ever. All are welcome to watch and there will be
[Lancashire Evening Post] - And there will be a 'supermatch' between two of the great British names in the sport, Stuart Hall and Steve Kerlew. Crofters Hotel owner Nicola Cheetham said: “We are delighted to have the New Year Cup being staged here, having proven to the BAF in
[Lancashire Evening Post] - The day will feature teams battling it out on giant inflatables and water pools with props and is based on the popular 1970s television gameshow It's A Knockout, presented by Stuart Hall. Dad-of-two David, known as Dave John B, said: “People can expect
[LiveFight.com] - Although 28-year-old Davies is just (1), he can be a handful if given the chance, as he showed last December whilst giving former British champion Stuart Hall an argument over six competitive rounds. Paul, who trains at the 'Heavy Hitters' gym
[Lynn News] - Launch of Lynn Museum's new youth forum. left to right back Brodie Rake, Cameron Marshall and Stuart Hall front Alex Smith www.lynnnews.co.uk/buyaphoto FILM-MAKING and photography projects have been chosen for Lynn's new museum youth forum.
[Creative Review (blog)] - Growing Up Black is published by Autograph ABP and features 95 black-and-white images, as well as essays by key commentators on black culture, including essayist and broadcaster Stuart Hall, writer and lecturer Kobena Mercer, author and journalist Gary
[Your Local Guardian] - Councillor Colin Hall, Sutton Council's executive member for environment, said: "Our residents are very concerned about littering and fly-tipping and we take it very seriously. "This case should be a warning to those who fail to take responsibility for
[Your Local Guardian] - Councillor Colin Hall, executive member for environment and climate change on Sutton Council, said: "Dog fouling is unhygienic, anti-social and can be a serious health threat. There's no excuse for leaving dog mess littering public areas.